High School Spanish - Conversational
By engaging in the ancient practice of listening to and collaborating in the telling of stories, songs, and poetry from Pre-Colonial and Colonial times, students will learn and rehearse the correct use of fundamental conversational Spanish as spoken in Mexico and Spain. While the vocabulary may differ, we will make use of the grammatical knowledge acquired in High School Spanish classes.
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Fall 2020 Registration for this Course Opens on February 27.
“REGISTER” buttons for 2018-2019 will become active on 7 February 2018.
Prerequisites: Current enrollment in CLRC High School Spanish 1, 2, 3, or 4 (or other Spanish experience with instructor permission).
Instructor: Arely Mattson, M.A. email@example.com
Grade Level: 9 - 12
Age Level: 14 and up
Minimum Enrollment Required: 3
Maximum Class Size: 10
Tuition per Semester: $97.50
Class Meets: Mondays, 9:00 - 10:00 AM
Class Begins: Week of September 27th
Click Here to see the 2021-22 Class Schedule
Spring registration is open!
If you have an interested friend, please encourage them to sign up with you! Learning Spanish with a friend is fun, and will help you both advance more quickly.
Arely Mattson, M.A.
Arely Isela Briones Cruz de Mattson currently lives in Texas, but has lived in and traveled to many parts of the world, including Spain, France, Macedonia, and Germany. She is originally from Mexico and enjoys sharing about her ancestral country’s incomparable beauty and cultural wealth. She also fell in love with Spanish culture while living and studying in Madrid.
Ms. Mattson earned her Bachelor’s degrees in Religious Studies and English with a minor in Spanish from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas and a Masters in Theological Studies in Religion, Ethics and Politics from Harvard Divinity School in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
She enjoys a quiet existence in the company of her family, many books, pets, and flower and vegetable gardens. She also loves camping and hiking and travelling to remote parts of the world. Interesting note - she is currently trying to learn Nahuatl.
All materials will be provided by the instructor.